Loud music on flight led to full fight

Loud music on flight led to full fight
Five women fought just before landing in Los Angeles.

It was on the Spirit Airline's route from Baltimore to Los Angeles that two women who played loud music, created great irritation among fellow passengers.

When the women refused to turn down the volume a brawl erupted.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the women were intoxicated and provoked fellow passengers.

Shortly before the plane would land at Los Angeles International Airport, a fight broke out in the cabin, and both crew and fellow passengers had their hands full keeping the women apart.

Security guards at the airport and the FBI were called, but no one was arrested.

FBI is now considering whether to pursue the matter further.

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